WHERE: Between Wellington, Trentham and Upper Hutt. Read more.
WHERE: Between Waikanae and Paekakariki or Wellington. Read more.
Buses will be replacing a number of train services Read more.
The programme of improvements for the Wairarapa Line is making progress and by now you should have noticed that some of the speed restrictions affecting the line have been lifted. Read more.
Now in its 9th year, Rail Safety Week runs from 10-16 August 2015 and aims to improve awareness of the need to be safe around the rail network and understanding of what safe behaviour is. Read more.
When buses replace trains on the Wellington rail network, the following locations are where buses stop to pick up and drop off passengers. Read more.
Trains can run late for a number of reasons which are not always apparent to the passengers on board a train. Some of the more common reasons for delays are signals and points faults, mechanical faults and emergency incidents. The following information outlines what can cause a delay and how it can affect the running of a service. Read more.
Upper Hutt Station is being upgraded to provide modern and attractive facilities for train and bus customers and ticketing, rail and bus staff. Read more.
If you subscribe to our customer alert system you will see that we need to abbreviate station names in our texts and tweets. Read more.
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